Chronotype ontogeny related to gender

@inproceedings{Duarte2014ChronotypeOR,
  title={Chronotype ontogeny related to gender},
  author={L A G Duarte and Luiz Silveira Menna-Barreto and M.A.L. Miguel and Fernando Mazzili Louzada and John Fontenele Ara{\'u}jo and Marilene Alam and Roberta Peixoto Areas and Mario Pedrazzoli},
  booktitle={Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas medicas e biologicas},
  year={2014}
}
Chronotype is an established concept designed to identify distinct phase relationships between the expression of circadian rhythms and external synchronizers in humans. Although it has been widely accepted that chronotype is subjected to ontogenetic modulation, there is no consensus on the interaction between age and gender. This study aimed to determine the relationship between age- and gender-related changes in the morningness-eveningness character in a large sample of people. A total of 14… CONTINUE READING
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